1. Jdm4292's Avatar
    So I haven't seen anything about this, do the on-screen buttons have the option for haptic feedback? A feature I would surely miss from all the capacitive buttons over the years.... I'm guessing no, but I'm not certain.
    11-24-2011 11:26 PM
  2. Mr. Poppalopolis's Avatar
    I would be pretty sure they have haptic feedback as it's standard on any phone that has capacitive buttons. Plus the phone no doubt vibrates, so I don't see why the software wouldn't take advantage of that for HF. I can pretty much tell you for sure it would have it.
    11-24-2011 11:39 PM
  3. mechapathy's Avatar
    I'm fairly certain that I watched a hands-on or unboxing or something where you could hear the vibrate motor when one of the buttons was pressed. If I find it, I'll post it here.
    11-24-2011 11:40 PM
  4. goldkear's Avatar
    I can't imagine ics not having haptic feedback, thats been standard on any touch device for years. In the miniscule chance it doesn't, i don't think you'll moss it much, since it's basically just a confirmation, anf the buttons highlight for that purpose.
    11-24-2011 11:57 PM
  5. infernalman7's Avatar
    It does. It feels exactly the same as other Samsung devices.
    11-25-2011 06:57 AM
  6. goliath602's Avatar
    It has to have haptic feedback. I cannot imagine the Nexus not having haptic feedback as every cell phone out had a motor for vibrate.

    -Sent from my Motorola Xoom
    11-26-2011 03:00 AM
  7. Mr. Poppalopolis's Avatar
    It does. It feels exactly the same as other Samsung devices.
    I've never owned a Samsung device, but have used a few Galaxy S phones, and I really don't like the vibration on it. I have my feedback set pretty low on my Incredible and it feels more like a button press, but Samsung phones always have a more sharp feeling vibration or something. Maybe the weights are lighter and rotate faster, but it just feels different from most other phones to me.
    11-27-2011 12:32 PM
  8. SSHGuru's Avatar
    Cant be as bad as the RAZR - they can't fit much or a motor in there...
    11-27-2011 01:34 PM
  9. xliderider's Avatar
    I'm also not a fan of Haptive Feedback, but to each his own.
    11-27-2011 01:51 PM
  10. kyle1745's Avatar
    Haptive Feedback = useless and the first thing I will turn off.
    11-27-2011 03:30 PM